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. >> fast-food workers say they have enough being stuck at the bottom. katy tur in brooklyn. >> reporter: many workers with fast-food jobs aren't teenagers, they are women over the age of 28. they say they can't support themselves or families off minimum wage. they say they have to work more than one job, oftentimes two or three, to support themselves. they are not getting fulltime work because most hours are capped at 35 hours a week. big protests, moderately effective in some areas, not other areas, shut down some businesses depending where you are. fast-food companies say you can't afford $15 an hour. it's nonrealistic, a nonstarter. any wage raise for workers will get passed down to consumer in the form of higher prices for food. >> joining me now cnbc's brian sullivan. brian, thank you for joining us. lets talk first of all about gdp numbers in the third quarter. 3.6 is a good number. when you look at numbers you're the expert. inventory growth made up more than half of it. that doesn't say much about the overall strength of the economy. >> no, i think you're the expert, andrea. a l
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